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Panama will receive 163,200 anticovid vaccines from AstraZeneca this weekend

Panama will receive 163,200 anticovid vaccines from AstraZeneca this weekend

With this, AstraZeneca fulfills the delivery to Panama of one million contracted doses.
Foreign Minister Erika Mouynes reported that a new batch of COVID-19 vaccines from AstraZeneca will arrive in Panama this weekend.

The country will receive a total of 163,200 doses, and according to Mouynes with this AstraZeneca fulfills the delivery of one million contracted doses. "Panama is the first country in Latin America to receive all the agreed doses," he said.

Panama began its immunization plan against COVID-19 on January 20, and has used the formulas of Pfizer / BioNTech and AstraZeneca.

Until this Thursday, 5,083,877 doses of COVID-19 vaccine had been applied in Panama, of which 4,347,449 correspond to doses from Pfizer and 736,428 from AstraZeneca.

According to the Ministry of Health, 50% of the population has two doses of vaccines against COVID-19.
Comments

harleyrider 46 days ago
Your comments remind me of a Granny Clampett saying: "If your brains were lard, there wouldn't be enough to grease a small skillet". Fits you perfectly. Got both AZ shots. All good. No clots. Go figure.
RealMINSA 46 days ago
The people here must be INDEED the most dumb people ever on this planet.
AZ is POI-SON!!! How much evidence is needed? And the really dumb-population goes and gets voluntary shots.

On the other hand...it is good. Nature is sorting out "itself". Go all and get 10 shots!

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